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    I was quite excited at the fact that Reading might have lecture theatres for law.
    but when looking at pictures, it seems most subjects actually do study in classrooms.
    especially when looking at the law course pictures because, although the fox hill house is really nice, there are windows EVERYWHERE!! which means there probably arent any lecture theatres.

    it probably seems really sad lol, but i was just wondering whether anyone knew any info about it?
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    no lecture theatres in foxhill you have to go to aggs for that or palmer.
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    Youll find most courses don't have lectures in their own buildings, which is why it can be quite misleading when you are looking for which hall is closest to your building, as youll probably find its then the one furthest away when you get your timetable!!

    In most cases, lectures will be in lecture theatres as this is when everyones together (although many do now take place in Palmer building which is like classrooms), seminars will be in classrooms as it will just be smaller groups of people and practicals will be in your department building because they will generally have everything you need for the assignment.

    Hope that helps!!

    This may be slightly different depending on course.
 
 
 
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